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Could acne be a sign of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? Yes, says a Canadian psychiatrist whose study showed that people with acne are substantially more likely to have ADHD than people with other skin problems.

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In Oct. of 2009, Sue became a Certified Natural Health Professional, and in 2011 became Certified as a Digestive Health Specialist through the Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition, and is also a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. Sue has a private practice in Green Bay, WI., but has the priviledge of having and serving clients in areas of Nova Scotia, Boston, Minnesota, West Virginia, and the Fox Valley area of WI. She maintains her current WI Nursing Licensure. We welcome you to contact us about cancer-fighting supplements used in Sue's treatment." /> Suzan Macco RN Nurse and Active Health Library

FDA: Pharmacy's other drugs may be causing illness - Yahoo! News

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In Oct. of 2009, Sue became a Certified Natural Health Professional, and in 2011 became Certified as a Digestive Health Specialist through the Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition, and is also a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. Sue has a private practice in Green Bay, WI., but has the priviledge of having and serving clients in areas of Nova Scotia, Boston, Minnesota, West Virginia, and the Fox Valley area of WI. She maintains her current WI Nursing Licensure. We welcome you to contact us about cancer-fighting supplements used in Sue's treatment." /> Suzan Macco RN Nurse and Active Health Library

Cherry Angiomas - Find the real cause

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In Oct. of 2009, Sue became a Certified Natural Health Professional, and in 2011 became Certified as a Digestive Health Specialist through the Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition, and is also a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. Sue has a private practice in Green Bay, WI., but has the priviledge of having and serving clients in areas of Nova Scotia, Boston, Minnesota, West Virginia, and the Fox Valley area of WI. She maintains her current WI Nursing Licensure. We welcome you to contact us about cancer-fighting supplements used in Sue's treatment." /> Suzan Macco RN Nurse and Active Health Library

Assessment of radiation-induced second cancer ... [Phys Med Biol. 2012] - PubMed - NCBI

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26/09/2012 EFSA on GMO study

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To address study that links corn to cancer, European Food Agency to review industry claim of long-term harmlessness http://t.co/iODHfbqv

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Male DNA commonly found in women’s brains, likely from prior pregnancy with a male fetus

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Hunger linked to increased risk of breast cancer in women

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Aspartame: Approved in 90 Nations, but Damages the Brain

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Diet and disease: what's the link? | Kiama Independent-Lake Times

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Smartphone = Smart Healthcare? [Infographic] | LinkedIn

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steveneyesEnlightenMed was founded by Dr. Steven Eisenberg, a board certified doctor of Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology and Hematology. He has five cancer centers in the Southern California cities of Poway, Escondido, Vista, Encinitas and La Jolla. Dr. Eisenberg uses music, humor and heart to transform his patients’ journeys through the minefield of cancer.

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I became a medical oncologist because I’ve always felt there was more to taking care of cancer patients than just ordering tests, devising treatment plans, pushing chemotherapy, comparing CT scans, and giving bad news to people. I wanted to help patients feel better using the wisdom of their body and mind to reduce stress during treatments in the present moment.

It takes a lot more than a traditional Western approach to medicine to treat cancer. I believe in a holistic approach to healing that integrates techniques drawing on yoga, acupuncture and meditation. I encourage patients to incorporate psychotherapy and educate them about the importance of nutrition. I also believe in the importance and power of connection in healing. And for me, I connect with my patients through music.

I discovered musician Peter Himmelman while I was in medical school in Philly. I’d see him perform live whenever possible, and was inspired by his rapport with his audience. He’d pick someone out in the crowd, and write a song about them on the spot. It occurred to me, why not try this with my patients? So I brought my guitar into the chemo room, and started singing. I’d sing silly songs, anything to help my patients laugh, and think about something other than their sickness.

One day a friend told me about a contest Peter Himmelman was having. You had to write in and say how Peter’s music had impacted you. The prize was that Peter would write a song about you. I entered, I won, and Peter wrote a song about me. I had no idea how powerful that was going to be for me. During that same time in my life, I was facing a health scare of my own. Everything turned out to be fine, but having a song that was my song, telling my story, was a source of real strength for me in a difficult time. Everything changed after that. I knew that I wanted to connect with my patients through song, and help them tell their stories.

After all of the grueling tests and analyses have been completed, I sit with most of my patients and ask them what makes them happy, what means the most to them — what moves, touches and inspires them. Then together, we write a song. For a lot of my patients, it becomes a personal anthem in their fight against this deadly disease.

I started EnlightenMed and it's first program, Lyrical Life, because I believe there’s a message in all of this that is much bigger than just songwriting. I’ve seen in my practice and in my own life how important it is to have that connection with someone when you need it most. I want to empower people to reach out to those that need it most, connect with them, create something with them, listen to them. I think when we come together we’re capable of great things, and I hope EnlightenMed can help bridge those connections." /> Dr. Steven G. Eisenberg Hematologist, Physician, Active Health Library, Doctor, and Oncologist

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Plant These New Pansies Now! – The Daily South | Your Hub for Southern Culture

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Common Parasite Linked to Personality Changes: Scientific American

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Potential of dosage reduction in c... [Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 2012] - PubMed - NCBI

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